You’re eating a baby.
Do you coo over babies? Then starting pinching the cheeks on your sandwich because chickens are killed for their flesh at just 6 or 7 weeks old.
It’s that time of the month.
When you eat an
egg, you’re eating a chicken’s
period. Seriously. Unfertilized eggs are chicken menstruation.
Without even having to bake it into a pie. Chickens reportedly have about 4,500 feathers and hairs that are supposed to be removed during processing, but workers inevitably miss
some. Cooking experts say you can whip out the tweezers and pluck your chicken
before you cook it. But I prefer not to eat any food that needs to undergo the
same treatment as my eyebrows.
Is that a baby
carrot in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
Decreased penis size in male infants has been linked to the phthalates in the chicken meat and eggs that their mothers
ate during pregnancy. Gee, thanks, Mom.
… or are you not so happy to see me?
The high levels
of cholesterol in chicken and eggs are known to block blood flow to the body’s
organs. And that means all the organs, gentlemen.
Tastes like … dog?
Just like our best friends, chickens are pack animals with adept communication skills, distinct personalities, and an intense love for their families. Maybe we should be walking chickens instead of eating them.
chickens are disemboweled, the contents of their intestines spill all over the
flesh you’re about to eat. Poop Parm, anyone?
The fire down
Science Daily reported that researchers have found a strong link between the E. coli bacteria found in the chicken
sold in restaurants and supermarkets and urinary tract infections. Shudder.
It’s a boy! Oh, wait.
away the blue balloons. Male chicks are worthless to the egg industry, so every
year, millions of them are tossed into trash bags to suffocate or are thrown into high-speed grinders called “macerators”
while they are still alive.
Much of the chicken that goes to the National School Lunch Program is “canned, boned, and diced” meat that comes from spent hens who
were discarded by the egg industry, because their flesh is too tough and
stringy to be used for anything else. Dig in, kids!
Article source: PETA Action Alerts